Rude Health almond milk

New non-dairy milk

November 1, 2015 9:04 am Published by Leave your thoughts

These two are not new types of milk (I think we’ve probably got every type there is!), but different varieties of two of our most popular: almond and coconut milk. Let’s take a look.

Rude Health Almond Drink

Naturally Good Food has a new addition to its range of almond milks.

Organic almond milk

This is organic and naturally gluten-free. It contains nothing but creamy crushed almonds with spring water. There are no additional thickeners or sweeteners of any kind, making it really the ‘ultimate’ almond milk! (Apparently, it’s an ‘ancient Persian recipe’, brought to you in a carton…)

Rude Health have exacting standards. They say: ‘we only use the kind of ingredients you’d have in your own kitchen – nothing artificial, nothing refined. We source our ingredients from fields, orchards and vines – not laboratories. We think food should be made out of food – not thickeners, preservatives, colourings, flavourings and other additives.’

Almond milk is one of our most popular lines. It works very well as an alternative to dairy, whether in hot drinks or baking. It’s perfectly good on its own, too. Some prefer it for its taste, others for ethical reasons (such as vegans), others because it fits with their particular dietary requirements.

As well as this variety of almond milk, we sell sweetened almond, hazelnut almond, chocolate almond, vanilla almond, and almond milk enriched with calcium Plus a variety of almond desserts, almond cream and dried almond milk powder! Click here to see them all.

We think this new almond drink from Rude Health will fit perfectly with our range: we know many of our customers have been looking for something just like this! Both this and the coconut milk are also suitable on a low FODMAP diet

Koko coconut milk: long-life, low-fat

koko coconut alternative to kilm

Koko low-fat coconut milk

This is the latest addition to our pretty comprehensive range of coconut milks (and many other coconut products). We’ve chosen to add this one because it ticks a couple of particular boxes, being long-life (perfect for your store-cupboard) and low in fat. Indeed, its fat content is just 1.3%, which for some of our customers, makes it a perfect fit.

It is naturally sweet and creamy. It’s been enriched with calcium, to make it a realistic dietary substitute for dairy milk, whether in drinks, cooking or baking. It joins our overall Koko range, which includes full-fat coconut milk in 1 litre packs and in small, lunchbox-size cartons, as well as chocolate coconut milk.

If you’re not a big fan of coconut, you’ll be reassured to learn that this doesn’t have a strong coconut taste. It’s rated very highly, as are all the Koko products, by consumers searching for the ideal alternative to dairy milk.

To see all our coconut milk, click here.

Click here to see all our coconut products.

And if neither of these are quite right for you, we’d suggest you have a good trawl through our other options. With a range that runs from hemp milk to quinoa milk, with a dizzying variety of alternatives in between, there genuinely is a milk for everyone at Naturally Good Food!

 

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